10 edition of The barons of European industry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Anthony Rowley.|
|LC Classifications||HD2844.5 .R69|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||74011193|
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The barons of European industry. Rowley, Anthony, Publication date. Topics. Big business, Corporations, Capitalists and financiers. Publisher. New York, Holmes and Meier : Get this from a library.
The barons of European industry. [Anthony Rowley]. This book was first written in and remains the definite description of the Robber Barons.
The author describes the Barons in the context of the political, social, and industrial trends of the time. It describes how they were shaped by the industries they were in, and by the competitive forces set in motion by each by: All in all, a solid book that might have been longer to allow more nuance in the discussions of various business heroes (designated as "Robber Barons") but with the understanding of it's limitations, the book makes good points about the stupidity of central planning and intervention of the central government in economic interests/5().
Description. Following the seizure of London by the rebel barons in Mayprolonged negotiations between the rival parties led to the production of a draft settlement known as the Articles of the Barons.
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What the book does, above all, is to give one a sense of origins of the European project and of the depth of the political commitment to deeper integration, of which the euro is part. Captains of Industry and Robber Barons. The wealthy elite of the late 19th century consisted of industrialists who amassed their fortunes as so-called robber barons and captains of industry.
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It is of French origin and was quite prevalent there as well as across other European countries such as Britain, Scandinavia, and what was to become Germany.
He was the first person to be called robber baron, in an article in "The New York Times" on February 9, Vanderbilt worked his way up through the shipping industry before going into business for himself, becoming one of America's biggest steamship operators.
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John D. Rockefeller controlled much of the American oil industry during the late 19th century and his business tactics made him one of the most notorious of the robber barons. He tried to keep a low profile, but muckrakers eventually exposed him as having corrupted the much of the petroleum business through monopolistic practices.
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Baron, feminine baroness, title of nobility, ranking below a viscount (or below a count in countries without viscounts). In the feudal system of Europe, a baron was a “man” who pledged his loyalty and service to his superior in return for land that he could pass to his heirs.
The superior, sovereign in his principality, held his lands “of no one”—i.e., independently—and the baron. Henry Demarest Lloyd: "The Lords of Industry," North American Review (June ) Lloyd () was an influential critic of the "Robber Barons".
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John Naughton asks whether today's captains of industry – the wealthy and powerful figures who control the digital universe – are any different. A guano industry quickly sprung up, complete with new infrastructure, overnight millionaires, and widespread worker exploitation.
Guano harvesting took. Ah, the Captains of Industry, perhaps known better as the Robber Barons. Or, maybe, simply known by the brand names that they now are, a century after they helped build the United States on the backs of its people (JP Morgan, Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, the list goes on).
Barons in Medieval Times. Baron was a hereditary title that arose in the Middle Ages that was given men who offered his loyalty in exchange for land. Thus, barons usually possessed a fief. During this time period, there was no specific rank associated with the title. Barons existed in Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Barons’ War, (–67), in English history, the civil war caused by baronial opposition to the costly and inept policies of Henry barons in had attempted to achieve reform by forcing Henry to abide by the Provisions of Oxford (see Oxford, Provisions of).When, by the Mise of Amiens (), the Provisions of Oxford were declared invalid by Louis IX of France, some barons, led by.
Robber baron, pejorative term for one of the 19th-century American industrialists and financiers who made fortunes by monopolizing huge industries. Those who credit U.S. capitalism’s growth to these tycoons call them ‘captains of industry.’ Learn more about the achievements and transgressions of the robber barons.
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